Equipment | Chemical Analysis |Gas Analyzers

Gas Analyzers

Useful for everything from respiration research to monitoring greenhouse gas emissions, gas analyzers detect the concentrations of various gases in a sample, typically on a parts-per-million or parts-per-billion scale. Generally, these analyzers use spectroscopy to sense various types of gas. In food production settings, gas analyzers are used to determine gas concentrations within packaging. Out in the field, climate change researchers might use a gas analyzer to document the amounts of atmospheric nitrous oxide, methane, or carbon dioxide. In the laboratory, gas analyzers are used to measure the respiration of everything from insects to humans. At industrial facilities, gas analyzers are used to continuously monitor smokestack emissions for pollutants like pollutants such as nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide and particulates.

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